Register a new account. When a friendship dies it is best to tell the person how you feel. Though the second one was kind of unnecessary, I don't really find those tweets problematic, reading some of your comments one would think she was cursing them out.
Just found this on her twitter and just wtf?
The sad part about these people is the moment they get criticized they throw fits.
Those Mother-in-law tweets are surprising.
If she wants to complain, she can complain to her friends, but I don't think the internet is the place for airing out dirty laundry.
The way she dresses and grooms herself does not fly in Seoul or most places in Korea.
Often times, peer pressure or established community atmosphere will dictate the direction a thread takes, and criticizing certain posts can be uncomfortable or downright futile when the majority disagrees with your view.
I really wouldn't say Sharla has done anything that makes her snowflakey even now with the "vegan drama".
Excuse my ignorance, I don't know anything about Korea or Korean culture.
Posted 17 Jan
When a friendship dies it is best to tell the person how you feel.
I started studying Japanese when I was really young, like 13 and then I came on a two-week exchange to the total countryside when I was 16 or
But I was so stressed being in Canada, watching all the news on the earthquake.
Those are my goals in life.
I really learned a lot from listening to music and watching movies.
And it's not like she made a 15 minute rant about how great it is, she just said that it doesn't test on animals.
But taking care of yourself and dressing appropriately here it's going to help take off some negative attention.
I think it's due time.